Park Ji-won was one of the South Korean winners ©Getty Images

Both men's and women's 1500 metres titles on the final day of the International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track Speed Skating World Cup in Dresden were won by South Korea.

Park Ji-won took the men's gold medal in a tight photo finish, beating Dutch skater Sjinkie Knegt in a time of 2min 18.263sec, by 0.011sec.

Latvian Reinis Berzins stopped a second Dutch medallist, pipping Friso Emons to bronze.

World Cup leader Kim Gil-li won the women's race in 2:38.406, beating Germany's Anna Seidel and compatriot Shim Suk-hee.

Other gold medals went to China and The Netherlands.

Li Wenlong was part of the men's 5000m relay team that won gold ©Getty Images
Li Wenlong was part of the men's 5000m relay team that won gold ©Getty Images

China won the men's 5000m relay with Li Wenlong, Lin Xiaojun, Liu Guanyi and Zhong Yuchen crossing the line first in 6:51.106, just in front of Japan and Hungary in second and third, respectively.

Lin and Zhong completed a one-two in the men's 500m with the winner finishing in 41.329, with Japan's Kazuki Yoshinaga winning bronze.

The Netherlands claimed the women's 3000m relay title in 4:07.531, in front of World Cup leaders Canada and South Korea.

Suzanne Schulting made it a women's 500m one-two for the Dutch in a time of 43.203 in front of Xandra Velzeboer, with Choi Min-jeong of South Korea taking the bronze medal.